Even before the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic forced us to work from home, the popularity of video calling was exploding with millions of businesses and individuals relying on it to communicate with one another when working remotely. However, with many offices and workplaces now closed, and working from home set to continue for a while, video conferencing is no longer just a great way to connect with people, it’s become a vital lifeline.
It’s now estimated that by 2021, watching videos and making video calls will represent 82% of all internet traffic. There are lots of ways to do video calls and conferences and choosing the right one can seem overwhelming. Therefore we have put together a simple guide to help you make the most of this technology and avoid making mistakes. To access the guide, please visit our Resources page or click on the image below: